Emily Just, BN
STRENGTHS: Relator, Woo, Developer, Input, Empathy
I’ve carried a Maya Angelou quote with me for years. She says, “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” This quote embodies so many of the things I think are important – recognizing and accepting what is or what has been, setting high expectations for what can be, and believing that we can change and grow for the better.
Emily Just joined the Beta Nu Chapter at Murray State University, where she served as scholarship chairman, standards board member, and vice president of programming and ritual. She was active in many other organizations on campus, including being elected to the secretary position in the student government association, Order of Omega, and president of the field hockey club.
Emily graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Spanish. Following graduation, Emily was accepted to the National University of Ireland, Galway where she earned a Master of Science in Health Promotion.
Emily has served the national organization in many capacities, including traveling as a leadership consultant, and volunteering in the roles of education coaching team leader, volunteer management team member, Foundation ambassador, and as a member of the alumnae leadership development task force. She has been the lead facilitator for the service immersion experiences, as well as the Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institutes from 2013-17. Emily has also presented at national conventions, district meetings and extension presentations.
Professionally, Emily is a business manager for the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Louisville. She lives in Louisville, KY with her husband Josh, son Colin, and basset hound Beauregard.